Ween trickled out another weekend run of shows on Tuesday with the addition of December concerts in Philadelphia and Silver Spring, MD. The three-night, two-city run will begin at The Met Philadelphia on December 9th and 10th before wrapping at The Fillmore in Silver Spring on the 11th.
A pre-sale for tickets to the newly announced Ween shows in Philadelphia and Silver Spring begins on Wednesday at 10 a.m. ET. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday at 10 a.m. ET. Last year, Ween closed out its touring year with a nearly identical three-night run that began at The Met (12/10–11) before wrapping at The Fillmore (12/12). Between now and December, the group has a four-night Halloween run planned across Boston’s Roadrunner (10/28–29) and New York City’s Beacon Theatre (10/31–11/1).
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This announcement comes after Dean Ween and Gene Ween (Mickey Melchiondo and Aaron Freeman, respectively), Claude Coleman Jr., Dave Dreiwitz, and Glenn McLelland staged a trio of shows in the Southeast. After beginning in Coleman’s adopted hometown of Asheville, NC on Thursday at Rabbit Rabbit, Ween traveled to Atlanta for a weekend stay at The Eastern on Friday and Saturday. That stand included a telling of the complete “The Stallion” suite on night one followed by a four-year bust-out of “Cover It With Gas And Set It On Fire” on night two. Revisit Live For Live Music‘s coverage of the Southeastern run here.
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